Quiz: The Number Game

Benji Duke

We’re back in the proverbial saddle with a quiz aspowerful as an actual horse. So unbutton your shirt/
blouse, throw back your hair(s), and try this ‘number game’ on for size.

RULES: 10 questions in 5 minutes. First answer only.

1 point per correct answer.

USEFUL: Pen and paper, open mind.

Good luck!

 

1. How many contestants come up at the start of The Price is Right?

2. What do the interior angles of a triangle always equal?

3. How many categories are there in the first round of Jeopardy?

4. How many of the 32 chess pieces have the ability to move diagonally at a 45 degree angle?

5. What is the square root of 289?

6. To the nearest whole inch, what is the world record for longest eyebrow?

7. 1/8 + 1/7 = ? Answer as a fraction.

8. To the nearest metre, what is the world record for long jump?

9. How many property (purchasable) squares are there on a Monopoly board?

10. 6 is the first perfect number; what is the second?

RATING:

0-3: not that good

4-5: quite good

6-8: very good

9-10: bloody brilliant!

 

 

Quiz by Benji Duke.

 

Check out the last Friday Quiz at the Copper Owl on Good Friday, April 3 at 8pm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANSWERS:

1:4 / 2:180 / 3:6 / 4:24 / 5:17 / 6:3, 4 or 5 / 7:15/56 / 8:8, 9 or 10 / 9:28 / 10:28